NEET Exam Centres 2021: National Testing Agency (NTA) releases the list of exam centres. Candidates can choose any 3 preferences while filling the application form. Note that once the exam centre is allotted, then that cannot be changed under any circumstances. Hence, ensure that you fill in the choices carefully. However, students can edit this field during the NEET 2021 application correction process. Moreover, last year the exam was conducted across 155 cities and 3862 centres. For more details about the NEET Exam Centres 2021, read further.
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NEET Exam Centres 2021
Further, the NTA NEET Exam Centre details are mentioned on your admit card. Candidates should try and reach the exam centre at least 1 hour before the NEET Exam. Candidates should thus ensure that they choose the centre that is closest to their place. Then you wouldn’t have to travel much on the exam day. In addition, the authorities allot exam centres on the basis of medium of the question, and language.
Past Years’ NEET Exam Centres
The no. of students who appear for the exam and the no. of exam centres changed over the years. As more students started appearing for the exam. Hence, even the no. of exam centres and cities changed. Thus, the past few year’s records of exam cities and exam centres are given below.
|Year||Exam Cities||Exam Centres|
List of NEET 2021 Exam Centres
The list of NEET Exam Centres as per last year’s brochure is given below. Candidates will have to choose the exam centre from the given list only. In addition, students will have to provide 3 options out of which considering the factors, one will be allotted to them.
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
|DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI|
Daman & Diu
Jammu and Kashmir
How To Choose NEET Exam Centre
As mentioned above, the candidates will be able to choose the exam centre while filling the NEET Application Form. Candidates will further have to choose the three exam cities in decreasing order of preference. In addition, choosing the right options is very important as that will decrease the hustle on the exam day. If the exam centre will be far then most of your time will go in travelling. Thus, smartly fill in the options.
Further, the students who want to give the exam in a particular regional language should choose the exam centre accordingly. The question paper in regional languages will be available in the respective states only. Hence, for example, you want to given the exam in the Assamese, then ensure that you choose the centres which are present in the state of Assam. Furthermore, the list of exam centres and medium of paper is given below.
Medium of Question Paper & Exam Centre
|The medium of the Question Paper||NEET Exam Center 2020|
|English and Hindi||All India NEET Exam Centers and Cities 2020|
|English, Hindi, and Assamese||NEET MBBS Exam Centers 2020 in Assam|
|English, Hindi, and Bengali||NEET Examination Center in West Bengal and Tripura|
|English, Hindi, and Gujarati||NEET Examination Center in Gujarat, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli|
|English Hindi, and Marathi||NEET Examination Centers 2020 in Maharashtra|
|English, Hindi, and Tamil||NEET Examination Center in Tamil Nadu|
|English, Hindi, and Telugu||NEET 2020 Examination Center in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana|
|English, Hindi, and Oriya||NEET Exam Centers in Odisha|
|English, Hindi, and Kannada||NEET Examination Centers in Karnataka|
|English and Urdu|
NEET 2021 Exam Day Guidelines
The candidates appearing for NEET 2021 Exam should keep in mind somethings to avoid inconvenience on the exam day. Further, the exam day guidelines are as follows:
- No candidate will be allowed to enter the exam hall after 09:30, hence ensure that you reach the place before the given time. In addition, the exam centre will be opened 2.5 hours before the exam.
- Further, your NEET Admit Card is one of the most important documents. No candidate will be allowed to enter the exam centre without a hall ticket under any circumstances.
- Moreover, some of the important guidelines will be present on the admit card as well. Read all those instructions carefully.
- Some of the things are not allowed inside the exam hall. Candidates should thus not carry any electronic device, or eatables to the centre.
- Candidates are further supposed to carry one or two original identity proof as well. The invigilator requires it to cross-check details present on the admit card and the provided identity card.
- The students will then have to sit as per the plan and their roll number. Candidates should ensure that they are sitting in the right room where their roll number is.
- Before starting the exam, candidates should check whether the paper is sealed or not. Further, fill in the details on the paper carefully as well.
- No student will further be allowed to use the washroom in the last 30 minutes of the exam.